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Date: 31-Jan-2012
From: Paul Peranteau [paul at benjamins.com]
Subject: Diachronica Vol. 28, No. 4 (2011)


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Publisher:	John Benjamins
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Journal Title:  Diachronica 
Volume Number:  28 
Issue Number:  4 
Issue Date:  2011 


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2011. iii, 116 pp.

Table of Contents

Grammar change in Anglo-Norman and Continental French: The replacement of
non-affirmative indefinite nul by aucun
Richard Ingham 
441-467

Approaching the historical phonology of three highly eroded Sino-Tibetan
languages: Naxi, Na and Laze
Guillaume Jacques and Alexis Michaud 
468-498

How far can diachronic change be predicted: The Italo-Romance first person
plural present indicative
Rosella Spina and Wolfgang U. Dressler 
499-544

Gradience, Gradualness and Grammaticalization. Edited by Elizabeth Closs
Traugott & Graeme Trousdale
Reviewed by Johanna L. Wood 
545-554

Joe's Jottings 
555-556 



Linguistic Field(s): Genetic Classification
                     Historical Linguistics
                     Morphology
                     Phonology
                     Syntax

Subject Language(s): Anglo-Norman (xno)
                     English, Middle (enm)
                     French, Old (fro)
                     Laz (lzz)
                     Na (nbt)
                     Naxi (nbf)

Language Family(ies): Italo-Dalmatian




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